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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Death Row inmate dies of natural causes

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Joe Dansby, 61, on Arkansas's Death Row for the 1992 slaying of a Nevada County couple, has died of natural causes in a Malvern hospital, the state Correction Department reported. 

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